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The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains – Fanwood TIMES
Thursday, December 9, 2010
Girls Softball League of WF Opens In-Town Registration
IHM TOURNEY FINALISTS…Scotch Plains’ Immaculate Heart of Mary’s 5th grade boy’s travel basketball team placed second in the Wayne PAL Thanksgiv- ing Weekend Shootout. Pictured, left to right, are: front row, Ryan Lee and Trent Miller; second row, Michael Gross, Tommy Drubulis, Patrick Downey and George Davis; third row, Ryan Muench, Cooper Heisey, Jack Brady, Ashton Miller (MVP) and Adam Freeman; back row, Head Coach Eric Muench and Assistant Coach Tom Drubulis.
FSPY Red Swim Boys Lose Close Meet to Red Bank
The Fanwood-Scotch Plains “Y” (FSPY) boys “Red” swim team lost a close meet recently against the Red Bank “Y.”
Individual Medley: (9-10) Logan D’Amore placed third. (13-14) Matt Marino touched first as did (15-18) Anthony Pacheco with Daniel Myers (second) and Chris Stankiewicz (third).
Freestyle: 8U Matthew Chen took first. (11-12) Nick Giardiello took second. (13-14) Peter Tomljanovic edged his RBY competition by .21 seconds in the 200-freestyle for the win. Sam Hays touched third. (15- 18) Daniel Drozdzewicz took first, and David Verdia took third.
and Lance Linenberg took second. (11-12) John Piccinic and Chris Hoerrner took 1-3, respectively. (13- 14) Tomljanovic touched first, while (15-18) Drozdzewicz (first) and Nick Venditto (third) had best-time fin- ishes in the 200-fly.
In the relays, 8U Spencer and Lance Linenberg, Chen andVartanian in the 100-medley relay and (13-14) Marino, Isidron, Tomljanovic and Hays in the 200-medley relay took first.
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Breaststroke: (9-10) Max Berg touched first. (11-12) Zach Carter placed first and Marcello Betman placed third. (13-14) Marino and Matthew Isidron placed 2-3, while (15-18) Myers and Pacheco placed 2-3.
Backstroke: 8U Armen Vartanian and Spencer Linenberg took 1-3, re- spectively. (9-10) D’Amore andAlan Shao took 2-3. (11-12) Fleck and Giardiello touched 1-2. (13-14) Hays took first, while (15-18) Nick Constantine touched third.
Butterfly: (8U) Chen grabbed first
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The Girls Softball League of Westfield (GSLW) has opened regis- tration for its spring 2011 in-town leagues. Leagues are being formed for girls from Kindergarten through Eighth Grade. Registration can be completed at the organization’s website at WestfieldSoftball.org. The season begins on April 1 and con- cludes in mid-June.
Sponsorship opportunities are available to local businesses and pack- ages range from Business Name on team T-shirts to packages, including banners and links on the organization’s website. Interested sponsors may e-mail Sponsorship@westfieldsoftball.org for detailed information.
The GSLW sponsors over 50 teams with over 700 Westfield participants annually for girls 5-18 years of age to play at the in-town and competitive travel levels. The GSLW is a Public Charity under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code with the purpose to provide the girls of Westfield with the opportunity to learn and to play fast-pitch softball.
With some exceptions, the GSLW’s programs are organized and run en- tirely by volunteers from the Westfield community. Additionally, the GSLW awards yearly scholarships to gradu- ating Westfield High School softball players, and it tries to provide soft- ball educational opportunities. In the
past year, the GSLW has provided winter and spring general skills clin- ics, coaching clinics, pitching clinics and catching clinics.
The board has announced the fol- lowing selection of positions for 2011: Ed Ronk, president; Gary Fox, vp/ director of operations/fields; Sara Clarkson, treasurer TBD director of instructional leagues (K/1); Dennis McLaughlin, director of instructional leagues (2/3); Joe Verga, National League director (4/5); Ruth Maloney, American League director (6/7/8); Patrick McBrearty, travel director; Tom Grycan, league director at-large; Rich Boretz, registrar/website devel- opment; Jim Reardon, director of op- erations/uniforms and equipment; John Fietkiewicz, senior director,and Rosemarie Panarese, senior director.
SPF Youth Baseball Registration Ends Soon
There is just one week remaining to register for the Scotch Plains- Fanwood Youth Baseball Association’s 2011 season. Scotch Plains and Fanwood residents in grades kindergarten through high school are eligible to sign up.
To register, please go to the Association’s website: www.spfyba.org. For any questions, please feel free to contact the asso- ciation at email@example.com
FSPY Red Swim Girls Level Ridgewood ‘Y,’ 107-101
The Fanwood-Scotch Plains “Y” (FSPY) Girls Red Swim Team squeezed out a 107-101 victory over Ridgewood “Y” on November 20.
Individual Medley: (9-10) Lucy Zhang and Megan Small placed 2-3. (11-12) Lia Sartorio and Maya Dunchus placed 2-3 in 200 IM. Caitlin Glynn (13-14) and Meghan Myers (15-18) touched third in the 200 IM.
Freestyle: In 50-free, (8U) Isabella Betman and Maeve Roberston touched 1-2. In the 9-10 100-free, Olivia Barcia, Gina Farenholz and Mackenzie Inacker swept 1-2-3. (11- 12) Emily Lockatell and Grace Lesce took 1-3. Kelly Bracuto (13-14) fin- ished second and Caroline Lesce (15- 18) took third in the 200-free.
Breaststroke: In the 9-10 50-breast,
Megan Small placed second. (11-12) Natalie Jablonski clinched first with Maddie Bebout in third. In 100-breast (13-14) Jillian Breckenridge touched first. (15-18) Meghan Myers and Rosemarie Brigande took 1-2.
Backstroke: 8U Morgan Tsin placed third. (9-10) Barcia, Zhang and Meghan Jaczko took 1-2-3. (11-12) Jablonski and Sartorio touched 1-2 in the 50- back. (13-14) Glynn took second in the 100. (9-10) Rachel DiFabrizio and Amanda Pyle placed 2-3, while (11- 12)VictoriaIsidronandG.Lesceplaced 1-2 in the 50-fly. In the 100-fly, Emma Jaczko (13-14) finished second, while Jackie Cirincione took third in the 15- 18 200-fly.
In the relays, FSPY scored first place in three of four events to score the win.
GOING OVER THE BASICS...Coach Dave Brown discusses the fundamentals with his second-grade girls basketball team known as the Cincinnati Bearcats.
WBA Intown League Begins Girls Basketball Season
The Westfield Basketball Association’s (WBA) for the Girls Intown teams opened on December 4. Eight second-grade teams played at Franklin Elementary School. Be- cause of the instructional nature with emphasis on basic basketball skills, no scores were kept.
In Game 1, an athletic Cincinnati Bearcats squad played the Michigan State Spartans. Allie and Megan Hinkel, Brooke Scheurmann, Katie McHugh, Ellie Kate Brown, Ryleigh Gildea, Maggie Aslanian and Emily Korth led the Bearcats. Jaclyn Dencker, Karena Gandhi, Emma Hanley, Daniella Miedrzynski, Victoria Toal, Caroline Maher, Sara Perlin and Nora Quinn led the Spar- tans.
Game 2, pitted Notre Dame against Pittsburgh. Samantha Surks, Nora Bergin, Tess Caherly, Gianna Davis, Joy Mulzoff, Peri Oberman, Sadie Hoberman and Maddy McMahon led the Fighting Irish. Amanda Cerrachio, Julia Wojno-Oranski, Giulia Pinelli, Grace Lanza, Reyya Kocagil, Julia Becker, Claire Campbell and Maddy Silva sparked the Panthers.
UMass played Villanova in Game 3. Emma Pietrewicz, Mia Fleming, Allison Fernandez, Jamie Beyert, Grace Endy, Kelly Eagan, Amanda Wendler and Victoria Calandra led UMass. Julia Lin, Meghan Lambert, Jillian Omberg, Maddy Walters, the Stogner twins- Hailey and Molly, Kaitlyn Alliegro and Lila McMahill
The Duke Blue Devils met the Syracuse Orange-girls and the en- thusiasm and energy was very high. Michaela Hobson, KaylaTurnof, Liz McGuire, Katherine Wistner, Julia Johnson-Milstein, Sophia Scotto, Maggie Burke and Julia McGann energized the Dukies. Charlotte Dursee, Samantha Hoffmann, Jes- sica Isser, Meredith Kean, Liz Healy, Aimee Riley, Brynn Gama, Maddy Learner and Chloe Pappalardo led the Orange.
TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at the meeting of the Zoning Board of Adjust- ment of the Township of Scotch Plains held on December 2, 2010, the Board adopted the following Resolutions:
Joseph Banker, approved for vari- ances to construct a three-car garage at property located at 5 Tempe Court, Block 14801, Lot 39.
Alex & Cathy Debelak, approved for a side-yard variance to construct an addi- tion at property located at 11 Wellington Downs, Block 14703, Lot 11.
Joseph Perone & Jill Deitch, approved for a variance to construct a two-story addition at property located at 537 Victor Street, Block 04301, Lot 14.
Debbie Jorgensen, denied a variance for a front-yard setback to retain an exist- ing shed on property located at 7 Johnson Street, Block 6102, Lot 9.01.
Barbara Horev, Secretary Zoning Board of Adjustment
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